Leeds 2011 have teamed up with well renowned travel operator National Express to provide festival-goers with the most efficient and hassle free way to get to the festival. There are dozens of coaches travelling from all four corners of the country to enable you to arrive with minimal effort.
More festival-goers are travelling by coach to events because of its green credentials and because it saves money on car parking and the coach drops ticket-holders closer to the campsite than any other mode of transport.
Now nobody has to have the short straw of being designated driver, simply find the coach you want and follow the instructions. Booking online couldn’t be simpler, go to the National Express website by clicking here use the menu on the left to select where you will be travelling from, take a look at the departure options and buy your ticket.
Click here to see the Leeds Festival National Express coach timetable, including all departure locations.
The official coach company has a number of weekend camping passes for Leeds with coaches running from a number of major cities.
Sharing a rotating line-up with Reading Festival, the northern leg of the August Bank Holiday weekender is annually blessed with a mammoth line-up that makes it one of the essential festivals of the calendar for rock fans.
Leeds Festival may be younger than its Berkshire brother, but it has quickly built its own personality and identity. Rage Against The Machine, Metallica, The Smashing Pumpkins and The Prodigy have all appeared in the past, so expect more of the same this time around.
A plethora of established and emerging acts in indie, punk, ska, hip hop, dance and comedy will fill the smaller stages again at after breaking artists like Arctic Monkeys and Kate Nash in the past.
The event also has fairgrounds, late night entertainment and a Silent Disco.